Suspend Three in Stimulation Case at Cahokia Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-07


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Suspend Three in Stimulation Case at Cahokia Downs CAHOKIA DOWNS, East St. Louis, Ill-May 6. — An owner-trainer and a pair of grooms were suspended by local stewards and their case referred to the Illinois Racing Board when Y. T. Oester, chief chemist for the Chicago Biological Research Laboratory reported that in the urine test of the horse Picapepper, winner of the second race Thursday night, April 30, 1959, disclosed the presence of a drug in the nature of amphetamine. The owner-trainer is Jean Brennan while grooms Richard Rinker and Charlie D. Shine are the grooms involved in the actions taken by the stewards at this course. The purse won by Picapepper has been forfeited and according to the ruling first money goes to Careful Devil, while Curro j Fizz, Jasper B, Fast Charger and La Pris- cilia who finished consecultively behind I Picapepper were moved up a notch.

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